The new year is here and I’m sure I’m not alone in saying goodbye and good riddance to 2020. The pandemic is far from over but with a number of vaccines rolling out around the world and Trump finally leaving office, we can see a tiny light at the end of a very dark tunnel.
Now that I’ve finished my Graduate Certificate in Environment, I’m able to get back to writing about sustainability and the latest environmental issues. Going back to university opened my eyes to just how dire the climate situation really is. Not that I wasn’t aware before, but the immense volume of evidence is both terrifying and depressing.
As a way of reintroducing myself, I wrote a quick blog post to start off 2021 which you can read here. Many more posts are on their way with plenty of tips on how to reduce our personal carbon emissions, be more sustainable and create positive change.
Oceans 21: The Sustainability of Our Oceans
I will leave you with this interesting, interactive site which profiles our great oceans and the devastating impact global warming and ocean acidification is having on these ecosystems. View the Oceans 21 app here.